is it still right to use the description found in the README file on
postgresql mirrors as a short description of the product for the package ?
Here it is:
"Description: pgAdmin III - PostgreSQL Tools
pgAdmin III is a database design and management application for use with
PostgreSQL. It is written in C++ using the wxWindows
cross-platform framework to allow it to run on multiple platforms.
Please visit http://www.pgadmin.org/pgadmin3/ for more details."
Raphaël Enrici wrote:
> Hi friends,
> I'm actually working on the official debian package and I need some
> precision concerning the development process so that I can make
> choices on how I 'm gonna package...
> Here is a question I ask to myself and on which I'm not clear:
> Consider the case where we or someone find a bug in pgAdmin3 that
> would involve a new wxWin snapshot. As usual this would be corrected
> in the snapshot and would give the birth to a new wx snapshot and to
> the update of our snaphots packages. But what about the "stable"
> branch ? I mean that if someone find a bug in actual 1.0.2 that can
> only be corrected by using a new wxWin snap, what will be the
> decisions : can this become a future 1.0.3 ? or will we switch to a
> next major release ?
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